Directions & Parking
I-30 west to University Drive exit (follow signs to Cultural District); north on University Drive to Lancaster (third traffic light); left on Lancaster one block to Van Cliburn Way; right on Van Cliburn Way; Museum is immediately on the left.
From Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Take south exit out of airport and follow signs to Fort Worth; Highway 183 west to 121; 35W south to I-30 west to University Drive exit (follow signs to Cultural District); north on University Drive to Lancaster (third traffic light); left on Lancaster one block to Van Cliburn Way; right on Van Cliburn Way; Museum is immediately on the left.
Ride the T to the Fort Worth Intermodal Station. From there, catch bus 2, 7, or 57 to get to the Kimbell. Find your route here.
PARKING IN THE DARNELL STREET PARKING LOT
During the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo (January 15–February 6, 2016), members of both the Kimbell Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth may park for free in the Darnell Street parking lot by showing their membership card to the parking attendant. Nonmember visitors to either museum will be charged $10 for parking in the Darnell Street lot. Visitors who patronize either of the museums and present receipts totaling $10 or more to the Kimbell or Modern Information Desk will be refunded the $10 parking fee.
OTHER MUSEUM PARKING
The Kimbell’s underground parking garage is accessible off Van Cliburn Way adjacent to the east parking lot of the Kahn Building. Both the underground parking garage and the adjacent parking lot will remain free for Kimbell visitors only for the duration of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. The gate to the underground parking garage will close when the Museum closes; any cars remaining in the parking garage after hours will not be accessible until the Museum reopens.
Photograph by Nic Lehoux
Bicycle racks are available across Van Cliburn Way from the Museum, outside the Modern Art Museum.
Fort Worth Bike Sharing bicycles are available for rent in the Darnell Street parking lot, across Van Cliburn Way from the Museum. Find out more information here.